Educating the next generation of coders

By Bjørn Kvaale January 12, 2022

Hardware and software engineers will be the lifeblood of tomorrow's connected world. Academia is working hard to ensure a steady supply, in part by adapting engineering education to train the next generation of IoT innovators.

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Topics: microbit, education

Bluetooth 5 Advertising Extensions

By Torbjørn Øvrebekk January 5, 2022

Bluetooth 5’s benefits are about much more than increased speed and extended range. Low energy advertising extensions are also a major enhancement.

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Topics: bluetooth

Wireless occupancy detection technology aids productivity and sustainability

By Lorenzo Amicucci December 22, 2021

Real-time occupancy monitoring of the comings and goings inside a warehouse, conference room, or corridor yields valuable data. That data can be sent to the Cloud for deeper analysis and strategic decision-making on occupancy issues such as enhanced building security, personnel safety monitoring, and sustainable lighting and HVAC use.

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Topics: home automation

Wireless technology helps boost pet health

By Thomas Søderholm December 15, 2021

While wireless health monitoring and location tracking technology for pets remains a comparative niche area for now, this emerging market is set to forge ahead in leaps and bounds.

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Topics: wireless technologies

What is DECT-2020 New Radio (NR), and how big a deal is it?

By Kristian Sæther December 8, 2021

As Nordic recently announced: A non-cellular, license-exempt radio standard – DECT-2020 NR – is now part of the 5G standards set by the ITU (International Telecommunication Union). How is that even possible? There are many other established non-cellular, license-except 'proprietary' wireless standards, so why didn't they become part of the 5G standards well ahead of DECT-2020 NR?

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Topics: IIoT, cellular IoT

Connected IoT tech promotes accessibility for all

By Thomas Søderholm December 1, 2021

People living with disabilities don't want special treatment; they want equal opportunity. The ability to act independently of, and at the same time connect with, others when moving, communicating, learning, working, and socializing.

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Topics: bluetooth, wireless technologies, healthcare

Nordic Semiconductor champions sustainability goals

By Ebbe Rømcke November 24, 2021

Nordic's commitment to sustainability will see the company continuously increase its green activities.

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Topics: Sustainability,, CSR

Towards a battery-free IoT-world

By Martin Lesund November 17, 2021

Energy harvesting will reduce the constant battery replacements in IoT sensors, benefitting maintenance engineers and future generations alike.

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Topics: energy harvesting

Consumer appetite for sophisticated wearables demands wireless tech to match

By Thomas Søderholm November 10, 2021

Consumer demand for wearables is increasing, but after purchase, engagement is declining – why?

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Topics: wearables

LPWANs bridge the IoT divide

By Kristian Sæther November 3, 2021

LPWANs underpin the IoT by offering efficient networks able to service a high connection density over a large area.

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Topics: lpwan

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This blog is for you who are new to the connected world of the Internet of Things (IoT) - whether you are a senior executive, in product development, or simply a curious soul.

Our goal is to inform you, keep you updated and help you understand the opportunities and challenges of IoT for your industry.

If you are a developer, you may want to check out our blogs and developer guides in the DevZone

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